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Pots, houses and metal: technological relations at the Bronze Age tell at Százhalombatta, Hungary

Sofaer, Joanna (2006) Pots, houses and metal: technological relations at the Bronze Age tell at Százhalombatta, Hungary Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 25, (2), pp. 127-147. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0092.2006.00253.x).

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Abstract

At the Bronze Age tell of Százhalombatta, Hungary, techniques used for making pottery echo those used in other media. Pottery and architecture have a close relationship. Not only were both made of clay, but methods of making pots echo those used for building. Similarly, pottery and metalwork share common themes and technologies for working with clay and bronze. Since choices made by potters are not solely confined to the environment, raw materials and tools, but are also socially and culturally defined, by implication the transfer of know-how must be situated within social networks between people. This paper considers how the identification of technical relationships between different media at Százhalombatta can be used to explore social relations in Bronze Age society, thereby suggesting relationships that work on both technical and social levels.

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Published date: May 2006

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Local EPrints ID: 48159
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/48159
ISSN: 0262-5253
PURE UUID: 7fae89e0-f114-469d-af85-6d4a03ef39fc

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Date deposited: 31 Aug 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:00

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